Coaches Aid offers reporting, ranking, podcasts, schedules and rosters for amateur sports. The website also provides blogs, original articles and individual team portals, as well as a leadership development series that teaches life lessons to youth. Additionally, Coaches Aid offers revenue-generating tools for members, such as pay-per-view videos, apparel partnerships and advertising.
Coaches Aid also offers forums for members, as well as directories for schools, teams, camps, clubs and tournaments. Site media includes live video, on-demand video, access packages, a store for DVD purchases, podcasts and a radio network.
Coaches Aid has a League Management program that assists in coordinating venues, scheduling, organizing results and standings and assigning referees. The program also provides broadcasting services via the Coaches Aid website and leadership development presentations.
The Amateur Sports Broadcasting Network, or ASBN, coordinates all broadcast media on the Coaches Aid site, such as the radio network, member-produced broadcasts, Coaches Aid-produced broadcasts and the broadcaster program. It also includes an on-demand archive video portal for broadcasters.
Coaches Aid was founded in 1999 to provide reporting and related media for high school sports. The site is nationwide with a focus on individual communities, and it aims to be a social tool that connects staff, writers, athletes and members. The site has strict editorial and advertising policies to protect the integrity of both the site and the teams it serves.